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1ULSA DAILY WOKLD, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1918.
8 INFLUENZA SERUM IS CAUTION SHOULD BE REGULAR WATCHWORD MU TT AND JEFF evidently the Germans have jeff-s name and address by Bud Fishe BEING MADE IN TULSA VMtrmaU Scw-urad In Kmmi City 1)7 RrpmirnlaUvoa of the City Sent by Mayor Hubbard. Whl In Conditions Ar Hllgtilly TW tT Yrt It la Highly Important Tliat No C'haiw-ra If Taken. A. L FUNK RENDERS SERVICE DAMP WEATHER IS HANDICAP Tulsa Man Wont lo Myo Brothers and IndutvM a Hhlpntcsit to be Made at Owrfl. I'ncnmonla Ilea Ilwomr Mi Prev alent Jiirln tlM Wet Weather of Ibh IV vr Day. Pneumonia vaccine 1" now being manufactured In Tulsa at the Wright laboratories by several prominent phyalclans and themlets of IhlM rlly, who ara endeavoring In be able lo produce a sufficient supply within lha next few day to supply the epi demic sufferers In this rlly and ur rounding towns. Ir. A. Ilautroa, chemist, and T)r J. I. Gilbert, of the rlly health de psrtment, returned homa Tuesday night from Kansas Oty, where Mayor Hubbard sent them on Hun day night to endeavor to obtain i formula of the wondnrful vacclm that la producing such good results In combaMIng the Hpanlsn innuenza to eaaltnt rltlra. Baeauae of the ennrmoua demand for the serum In that aectlon of lha ountry, they were unable to obtain any; but after a conference with Dr. Abraham Hophlan, the eminent serum specialist, who, by the way, la a particular friend of Mayor Hub bard, the for mil In and explicit di rections for manufacture were oh mined Work waa alerted Immedi ately upon their return In an effort lo get a aufflclent eupply for Itnme . dlata uae. The vaeclne la prepared from germ taken from pereona Infected with the Bpanlah Influenza, The germa are grown In a rnltnre media. They are wanked with aalt . aoltitlnn and then killed wtth heat. Made Into liquid form, the vaccine la than Injected Into the arm. Three different do admlnlatared hypo dermlcally at Interval! of from three day a to one week are effective In warding off the dlaeaae. A- Li Funk, former polio eommla loner and prominent oil man of thla elty, haa undoubtedly don a moat commendable patriotic aerrlce for Tula, by making a pareonal appeal for a shipment of the precious serum to Tulsa. The promlaa waa given In the face of a aerloui ahortage and the shipment will arrive here today. The supply will b used In emergency eases while the vaccina Is being man. Ufectured at tha Wright laboratories. Dr. B. C. Roaenow, the originator ef the pneumonia serum, wired the city officials from Mayto Brother's institute at Rochester. Minn., last evening a follows: "Supply pro phlaotle vaccine entirely inadequate to meet our demands. Preparing large quantities and win forward supply Just as soon aa passible." This evidence of th serum shortage prove Mr. Punk to be a "friend in anv emergency" indeed. FORMER OFFICER SEVERELY BEATEN BY THUGS IN ROOM Hank Taft, former elty traffic policeman, was badly beaten up Tuesday night at tb Paaadana ' rooms. First and Cheyenne, because he had taken exception to aoma re mark regarding city officer Lang ley and Bewley, who had Just passed th place. "Boggy" Wilson and Jo Roberta ar In th city Jail awaiting . trial on th charg. It seems that Taft who happened Ao b passing this rooming house, heard th remark made by Wilson and . Roberta and "that he resented them. After a short arg-umsnt Taft passed on. In a short time anm men called to him that a friend of hi waa III upstairs, so Taft want to sea what was th matter. Th "sick friend" proved to be "Soggy" Wil son and Jo Roberts, who, it Is al leged, proceeded to black his eye and otherwise decorate hi face, after taking away hi gun. When Officers . Reynolds and Rrauna wsnt to th place to arrest 'the men, they found only a woman in th room with a bloody dress. Later Rewley and Langley found their men and took them to th po lio station. Critical Tastes arc both pleased and satisfied with the aroma and flavor of Postum. It goes without saying that its healthful and nourishing quali ties far outclass those of coffee and tea. Postum comes in two forms: Fbsium Cereal, which must be boiled, and Instant Postum, made in ihe cup in a moment. They are equally delicious and the cost per cup is about the same Decidedly "There's a R$oson' for Ttio Irih Hat. Kffie Mlnton. axed 3f, 2481 Kant Third atrect. Oscar Uorlarlmr, aged 1, six tulles went of Tulaa. Mrs L. P.. IWIer. Kit"! 24, 2114 ICat Mecond. Vernt Miieon, aged 24, Verne ata- tlon. Iren V. Towson, aged 20, flare more. Kllsabelh M. ORoiirke, ged 2. city. Minnie N'rlleon, 721 North fhey enne. fontrary to expectations, the death rate is Hitliter aline weather condi tion have changed. Twenty-three deaths from HpanlBh Inflnen.a have occurred alnce Hunilny. The average death rate for thla city has been nine deaths per day, since the beginning of the epidemic. The emergency Red Ones hnspl tal now hue M canes of lnfliienr.ii un der treatment : four new cases were admitted yesterday. The hOKpltal la under quarantine, In accord with the ruling of yester day morning; only nurses and physl clans being admitted. Major Put ton has donated the services of th young men of the medical corps. Hoc ond Oklahoma regiment, to assist In taking care of the patients. Two different soldiers are on dnty In the men's ward each night, and working under the direction of a graduate Red Cross nurse, are having a splen did opportunity for practice that will be of educational value to them when they leave for oversea duty. In a total of 1 .4741 homes visited by the census committee Monday and Tuesday there were found 1.11 cases of Influenza. For these two dsys there were reported 4it new caaes, while lit had been released. This report was given out from the board of education offices yesterday afternoon. The survey yesterday had not at that lime been made public. From the atandpnlnt of the Humane society, there are slightly fewer esses the last few daya. hut tbey seem to be of a more violent charac ter, probably due to weather con ditions. "If ever there wss a time when the people of Tulaa should kep calm, avoid hysteria and follow tha Instructions of tha health authori ties in the way of personal precau tions and In assisting (n stamping out the epidemic, that time lsrtght now." ssld sn official In charge of th Bpanlnh Inflnenxa situation yes terday. The epidemic In this city I fast running Its course; condition remain unchanged during the psst two or three days, and while there has been no perceptible decrease In tha number of new caaes the past twanty-four hours, this condition Is sscribed, more 'than anything, to th present cold rslny ststs of th weather. Pneumonia seem slight ly more prevalent The modified quarantine that went Into effect yesterday morning will probably aid materially In com batting the apresd of the dlaeaae. Cards of warning ara being placed in residences and other buildings bar. boring patlenta afflicted with the dlaease. The quarantine strictly pro hibits anyons leaving or entering the quarantined areas; and while the great number of cases prohibits the rule being enforced by the health authorities, the aid of the cltlaens In enforcing this precaution le asked. In order to safeguard ftieniselvee and tha locality aa well. The health authorities understand the situation thoroughly, and -are doing everything that they can, but the co-operation of the cltlxena la necessary. Tne following precau tions Issued by the national lied Cross are opportune, and ahould be earned out religiously hy every one: 1. Keep In mind that like most contagion diseases, Influenza Is spread by contact; that Is. by the itlflM W ryoUAAtAWTO iefy tHAT (6 " W f I if' 7 . i7j7 S f i - I ' ' " 1 5 " r ' ' transfer of the polaon from one cpl im to annUhiT. It Is Hpreuil hy aneeclnv. roughing ami aplttlng at whir h I linen tjin illncharKea frum the noes and throat are scattered In the air. 2. Avoid crowds aa much as pos sible. Including moving picture places, theaters and other amembly halls. When foaalbl, avoid aueat cars. T 2. When coughlna; or sneezing, plat' your hanilkorciilrf before your nose and mouth. 4. Muks sure that you are prop erly clothed. In accordance with varying changes In temperature, prevalent at this time of the year. t. Fresh air Is always good. Keep your bedroom windows wide open, end secure as much sleep as possi ble. . Keep the digestive organs in good condition. T. Irlnk water freely. I. Avoid common drinking cups, common towels and similar utensils. t. Wash the hands frequently. 10, Use a mild antiseptic as, man spray or as a mouth gurgle, es pecially if your throat la sore or there la a tendency lo sneezing. II. If you have a "cold" have utensils for your personal , use ex cluelvely; or if you ara In contact with one so affected, be careful not to handle the utensils used by them. 11. Consult fn.ni I ry physician at first onaet of symptoms suggestive of Influenza. Th history of epidemic of Influ enza does not differ greatly from that of other like eplilenihs of a contagious nature. A widespread epidemic follows th Introduction of an especially virulent virus, and thsre follows a genera) Immunity among those of tha population who have been Infected. Aa the epidemic dins out the infection decreases In virulence and only sporadic cases occur. From such rases and proba lily from chronic carriers, local out breaks occur, hut the, general Im munity prevents any general epi demic. After a period of years, a new susceptible population haa re placed the Immune one, and with the introduction of a fresh virulent vims a general epidemic I again brought about. This would account for the great susceptibility of young per sona, and aa It Is about twenty-eight years since the last great epidemic, we should not expect many Indi viduals above thirty year of age to be now affected. AMENDMENT BY SENATOR GORE ADOPTED IN SENATE WA8IIINOTON, . Oct 21. The senate finance committee today adopted an amendment hy Penatnr (lore of Oklahoma to make the caxh value of tangible property paid Into yie corporation the measure of In vested capital rather than the par value of stock when the rash value of property Is materially In excess of such par value of stock. A XL RESUME OF POLITICAL SITUATION IN COUNTY Whorrin , Kallent CTiarartrrlstica Candidate for Office Are) Shown In Relief. of I (Contributed.) The registration I proceeding very nicely now, sine the government took hold. In precinct No. I Dawson township, Mr. Cloud Insist that he is doing the fair thing, but w took the precaution to send a county of ficer to verify th complaint which he did, and It was as reported. But Mr. Cloud Instate that no injuatice was Intended and we believe what he has said and will give him a clean hill and send him many mora lo register. Now la thn time for us to clean houne and put things In order, and to do this elect men qualified, cap- Lalile and trustworthy. The republi can iicaei is mane up oi canmaates that will bear Inspection. But what about some of the democrats? Since there Is no politics ws can look at these matters without bias or preju dice. On the republican tirket w find O. A. Slelner, one of the big business men of Tulaa, known to the people of Tulsa, and against whom not one word can be said. His opponent Is W. 8. Hooker, who now holds the of Nce to which he waa not elected, but to which R. N. North waa elected by the voters of Tulsa county and the recount of the vote which Mr. Hooker asked would have ahown Mr. North elected by about fifty ma Jorlty. Mr. Hooker's attorney. Bob Davidson, who now would like to he atate senator, when all precincts but two were counted and In one of which he knew as well aa North, had 43 more votes than given. Hooker and his man Davidson went into court and moved the court to order the count stopped, which the court granted, and threw the case out of court Davldaon and Hooker be gan the suit and when they found themaelvea defeated by the voters, secured tha Judgment of the court, Judge Linn sitting, dismissing their own case. In other words., when they ascertained that the voters of Tulaa county had not elected Mr. Hooker to the office, they back ped aled. Our boys are fighting to make secure the right of majorities to rule and If the people submit to such tricks as this and re-elect such men lo office then our boys are fighting Iff vain. Mr. North will be succeeded by l. 1. wamalcy. one or the beat busi ness men In Tulsa county, living In Hlxhy. We ask the voters of the third dixtrict to Investigate him and his character. Iwls Cline will be defeated by U. I. Reese. Mr. Iteexe has been alrk with Influenza for the pa.it three weeks and Is yet, hut man people know him, know hla capa bility, his Integrity and Industry, and will vote for him. He Is an ex pert accountant, was connected wth Kendall college for some time and now owns a large farm near Blxby. He la airs' In bed and connot meet the votnrs as he would Ilk to but we Invite tho closest scrutiny of this man. Judfre Horace Speed, on of our candidates fur district Judge, la well known to the people. He was urged to run not to get In office or for political preferment but to be a good Judge on the district bench. Hla habits, character, ability and his sterling worth, speak for him better than any announcement in any pa per. He should be elected. Mr. Speed has a son In the army. Horace .1. Newberry and Jack De Rhana, rami Mates for representative, are well known in Tulsa. Mr. New berry hue spent most of his life In worklnir with his wife In the Mis sion of Redeeming I-ove. He be lieves In helping the down-and-outer ami the dlsuouragud and those that need help, and he Is arguing that some laws ahould be made in the state of Oklahoma that would help the men and women who have be come a minus quantity, to become an asxct and not a debit on the hook keeping In the state of Oklahoma. Isn't he about right! Judge Rdmlster, one of our can didates for district Judge, haa been and is Judge In Pawnee county, and HOTEL OXFORD Strictly modern, steam heat, hot and cold running water In every room, private bath, rooms single or ensuite. Hutes $5 per week and up. Corner Third and Detroit. there haa never been an appeal from hJa dectalon. He was offered a re nomination for county Judge, but w:vilured by his friends to make tli race for dtatrlft Judge. Ills Is remarkable record on the bench. We need such a Judge on th bench in Tulaa county. And then, Joe Kenton, Ed Dal ton: well, more to follow. John M. Qoldsberry, republican candidate for county treasurer, is a man peculiarly fitted for th place. Not only competent and responsible, he; Is slso a well versed attorney. Mr.' Qoldeaberry haa practiced law for a good many years and, in his long experience, has handled thou sands of dollars belonging to estates. His record Is clear In all these mat. ters, and he will make an efficient county treasurer. ALLIES ARE PUSHING ON OO.VTI.Vl'ED FROM PAOB ONE. ly towed toward Belzeata near th Dutch frontier south of Sasvangent, the dispatch adds. ALIJK8 GAINING IJf BITTKK FIGHT. Br Tha AMoelatod Preae. Tha allied arm lea In France and Belgium are still driving tha Ger mans toward their border, but th process la now comparatively slow, On the sectors that are requisite to th establishing of the entire Uer man line where a crash through probably would mean the Immediate collapse or the whole defensive sys tern th moat stubborn resistance la being offered by the enemy and what galna ar being made by the allies ar virtually foot by foot In th face of th hornet of the battle field the machine gun. Particularly vlclou fighting I In progress west of th Meuae river where the Americans In their en deavors to overcome the natural ob stacles barring the way northward to Sedan, are faced by picked troops with order to hold them back at all costs; In the region from L Cateau to the north of Valenciennes where the British and some Americans gradually are tearing their way through the enemy front and be tween Tournal and Audenarde, where the British also ar hard aft er th enemy. Progress Is Made. Notwithstanding the frantic en deavors of the enemy to maintain their positions on- all three of these sectors, material progress has been made. Likewise, northeast of Laon the French on an eight-mil front hava delivered a thrust that carried them forward from two to three miles. ' Into the hands of the British troops have fallen 2,000 more Ger man prisoners while th Americans west of the Meuse also have gath ered In numbers of the enemy and a considerable quantity of hla machine guns. Veritable nests of machine guns are being encountered by the Ameri cans as they attempt to press for ward along the front from the Meuse to the town of Orandpre, situated north of the Argonne forest, but In spite of these obstacles they have taken further ground and at last ac count were steadily keeping up their pressure against the enemy. Ex tremely heavy counter attacks have been successfully sustained north of Grand pre and ora this sector par ticularly strong concentrations of enemy artillery fire have gone al most for naught On the western hank of the Meuse the town of llreullles has been taken, the enemy having burned and evacuated It and retroated in the general direction of Dun. ' Montrornrt la Near. Kxactly what ha been accomp lished by the French In a drive northeast of Laon, except that they have gained over a wide front, has not yet become apparent, but it brings appreciably nearer Montcor net, the last Important railroad Junc tion in this region. North and south of Valenciennes Field Marshal Half? haa continued his attacks against the Germans and everywhere made good progress. Be tween Lo Cateau and Solesmes a sharp wedge haa been driven Into the German line, threatening the town of Maubege on the east and out flanking Valenciennes on the south. North of Valenciennes the town of Hruay haa been captured, making Valenciennes untenable for the ene my. To th north of this region th British have reached the west bank of the Scheldt canal. Already the British are in the western outskirts of Valenciennes where hard fighting is in progress, the Germans having posted machine gun Innumerable on the eastern bank of the canal which rung to the center of the city. In northern Belgium the German are still retiring. Unofficial reports ar to th effect that Ghent la be ing evacuated. Teachers' Agrnc-y Authorized. WASHINGTON, Oct 13. Preal dent Wilson has authorized the es tablishment by the United States bu reau of education of a teachers' agency to be known aa a school board service section to meet the shortage of Instructors In schools and colleges estimated as reaching thirty thousand. ALLIES ARE AGREED ON ARMISTICE TERMS RnaUVs Agrwy Say It TTndcmtands Conditions Are Accepted By All; Be FVMdoui Not Mentioned. LONDON, Oct 21. ReuUr Llm Ited learn that th allied govern menta, as a result of continual com munication, are perfectly acquaint ed with and agreed upon the term under which It will b possible to enter Into negotiations for an armis tice. It ahould be observed that naval question have never been dealt wtth In any negotiations be tween th United State and Ger many and they are of first Import ance from the allies' viewpoint "The idea of th freedom of th aaa as understood by Germany," says th Reuter dispatch, "Is not a matter that any allied government can accept at all. It would appear conditions precedent to an armistice must lnalude the question of sea power, as well aa of land power, but hitherto Germany haa always limit ed hsr remarks to land power. "America, Great Britain, France and Italy allow so much to sea power In carrying on the war and In national development that they can not omit consideration of sea power from the discussion concerning the armistice. "The president never assumed that his condition would be limited to th evacuation of occupied terri tories, as the Germans always ar gued. He put a number of questions to GeVmany atfer receiving the first note, as a preliminary to placing the matter before the altlea." INFLUENZA IS BlAMEO FOR BIG PERCENTAGE OF DEATHS "Nearly iOO burial permits have been Issued In the city of Tulsa dur ing the 23 daya of this month." stated G. C. Blzzell. assistant regis trar of the bureau of vital statistics, yesterday. "Of thse, practically four-fifths been credited to Spanish Influenza with pneumonia comfpllcations. In normal times the death rate for this city averages 70 deaths for 30 days; for some unknown reason this rate has been lowered considerably alnce the epidemic. Of the 194 deaths recorded for the psst three weeks, I am certain that not more than 40 of them. If that man w, have been caused by diseases othar thsn the plague. iTour eases of typhoid fever have been recorded, the remainder ranging all the way from accidents to children' diseases and senility. Very few children die from the Influenza, the disease seeming to be most virulent with strong, healthy people between the ages If 18 and 45, Only IB of those dead from Influenza were negroes. USED RESINOL FOR BAD SKIN TROUBLE Considers Recovery Remarkable. Brooklyn, N. T., Aug. 14. "For almost six years I suffered from a severe case of si In trouble which began with swelling and Intenee pain In my knee. Then my leg be came Inflamed and sores broke out. which Itched and burned terribly day and night. I tried many reme dies, but gained no relief. I even spent six months In the hospital, and the doctors wanted to amputate my leg. At last I tried Reslnol Oint ment and Reslnol Soap and obtained relief from the first application. My knee is now well, and I consider the cure remarkable, as my trouble waa very serious." (Signed) Mrs. Henri Mauer, 41 Hooper Street. All druggists sell Reslnol Ointment and Reslnol Soap. ACIDITY OF STOMACH, INDIGESTION OR GAS Eat One Tablet! Get Instant Relief by Taking Pape's , Diapepsin. When meals don't fit and von belch gas. aclds'and undigested food. When you feel lumps of distress In stomach, palp, flatuence. heartburn or headache. Hera Is Instant relief No waiting! Just as soon as you eat a tablet of Pape's Diapepsin all tha dyspepsia, indigestion and stomach distress ends. These pleasant, harmless tab lets of Pape's Diapepsin never fall to make sick, upset stomachs feel fin at once, and they cost so little at drug; atarea. AN OLD RECIPE TO DARKEN HAIR Sage Tea and Sulphur Turns Gray, Faded Ilair Dark and Glossy. Almost everyone know that Bag Tea and Sulphur, properly com pounded, brings backs th natural color and lustre to th hair when faded, atreaked or gray. Tear ago th only way to get this mixture waa to make it at home, which 1 musay and troublesome. Nowaday we simply aak at any drug store for "Wyeth'a Bag and Sulphur Tom pound." Ton will get a large bottle of thla old time recipe Improved by the addition of other Ingredients for about 50 centa Everybody uses this preparation now because no on can possibly tell that you darkened your hair, as it does It so naturally and evenly. You dampen a sponge or soft brush with It and draw this through your hair, taking on small strand at a time: by morning the gray hair disappears, and after another application or two, your hair becomes beautifully dark, thick and glossy and you look years younger. Wyeth'a Sage ai.4 Sulphur Compound 1 a delightful toilet requisite. It Is not intended for the cure, mitigation or prevention of dis ease. Adv. RUB ON SPRAINS, PAINS, SWELLING Don't Suffer! Relief Comes the Moment You Rub With "St. Jacob's Liniment" Don't stay crippled! Rub this eoothlng, penetrating liniment right into the apraln, ache or strain, and out come pain, soreness, stiffness and swelling. Nothing els penetrates heal and strengthen th Injured muscle, nerves, tendon and ligaments o promptly, it doesn't burn or discolor the skin and can not cause Injury. Don't suffer! Get a small trial bot tle from any drug store now limber up! Rub the misery right out A moment after "St Jacobs Liniment" Is applied you can not feel the slightest pain or soreness, and you can go about your regular duties. 8t Jacobs Liniment" conquer pain. It haa been used effectively for sprains, strains, soreness and stiffness for SO years six gold medal awards. Adv. IF KIDNEYS AND BLADDER BOTHER Take Salts to Flush Kidneys and Neutralize Irritating Acids. Kidney and Bladder weakness re sult from uric acid, says a noted authority. The kidneys filter thla acid from the blood and pass It on to the bladder, where It often re maina to Irritate and Inflame, caus ing a burning, scalding sensation, or setting up an Irlrtation at the neck of the bladder, obtlsina- vn m seek relief two or threet!mes during mo menu, ine surrerer is In con stant dread, the water passes some time with a scalding sensation and Is very profuse; again, there Is dif ficulty in avoiding It. Bladder weakness, most folks call It, because- they can't control urina tion. While It la extremely annoy ing and sometimes very painful, this Is really one of the most simple ail ments to overcome. Get about four ounces of Jad Raits from your phar macist and take a tableepoonful In a glass of water before breakfast, con tinue this for two or three dav. Thla will neutralize the acids In the urine so It no longer la a source of Irritation to the bladder and urinary organs which then act normally again. ' Jad Salts Is Inexpensive, harmless, and is made from the acid of grapes and leirKn Juice, combined with IRhla, and Is used by thousands of folks who are subject to urinary dis order caused by uric acid irrita tion. Jad Raits Is splendid for kid neys and causes no bad effects what ever. Here you have a pleasant efferves cent llthla-waJer drink. which quickly relieve bladder trouble. Adv. LEGAL AJRQOMTWr 8UBBriED aoaikst thb REPEAL Or THB MBABtTU. We aak taa voters Of Oklahoma In vnta "No" on lb propontloa for th following reaaona Kim: Tlia llouael and Pen ate of the BUta Legislalan and fosiBiitlM frost sack LEGAL ol Ih.m studied the qucnioi, for manv wreka end finally, by overli.i ing majorlt, in ra-h houaa toiM u, quire paraona holding Ihemielwa out chiroprsrlia heslera to anrierio a , propar auidy of the fiuidiMniala of aa omy, baalorwIofT.. anritery. oUutn i pertaining lo lb. tratra of afilieud paraona bafor the akomd '""a praetlt any form of "oh cine ' la Um Mate ef Oklahoma. It be overlooked that all popl nj,d etawd the words "practice of medirina" mean tha 'aaaamption of tha pouting heeler, adrieor and traator of au k tK Tha above law ia now on onr aun books and If ;.n bIIT, Mr. Volar, u i protection of youraalf, your family J?" boya ia tha Army and Sv, No, and permit tha law le reman tha legialatnra paaaed lama. Beoond: Ohlro-practort lo all nt bantofore barn deelarad that they did i beilrre In quarantine, vaccinas. erui antitoxins od drnre in tha treatment ol i aiek. Thia position Is invariably aairni by taair Isedera and instructors; that III dMt ballave that all aucb measures rei oo supplanted by eimple manipulations tha spinel tolsmn. Third: Wa submit that hereio'ors courts inquiring into their practicea hi damrmlnej that they are alther porx osteopaths, elumint; to do mora bj ti measures than even tha osteopaths tbi salves claim; that the, set aiHe all tew inrs of scientists and tha findings of i entiata baaed on years et accumuts endeavor and study. Fourth: Our present great Army Navy and thoaa of our allies hart S. treed and kept free from typhoid f diphtheria, epidemic maninsitls and mi other Infections, heretofore tha (reateit alroyers of soldiers in time of wsr tha saa ef quarantine aeruma and anut Ina, all of which meaaorej tha Chiropr Ilea kindly and eonaunllv declaim acsi aa beinr poisonous and dangerous to m kind. Kvan tha rattle, sheep, hornea i ogi of oar farmers ara now prater aialnst disease by tha nsa of rneatu condemned by tha Ohiropraetle profru We submit that If tha Chiropractic p feasioa it to be allowed to "Free l.snr among the aick men, women and child) of onr state, that tha zreateot wronr I been dona our soldiers and sailors and th of our alliea is suhjectinr 'hem lo ear nation against typhoid, smallpox, pars paoida and ' to adminiatrstion of aerna rurq lhaan of meniniitia and dipluben that lha time la now here for the Inu (ant voters of Oklahoma lo to on rex arainel tha lowering of standards of a' eel ednealioa already set up in oil atatea. fifth! We call your attention to I fact thai the law wo aeek to invoke already adopted la moat of tba ol' slates of the Union. Sink: Tha effort to set aside this I of tha legislature of your slate ia o an effort to permit Illy prepared men i women to to out among tha people, hold themselves ont as doctors, aa capa of taking Ufa and death In their hai and eesomlna; tha function of advisor tho greatest emergencies confronting i human being. Heventh: Wa submit that before pereona is allowed to assume the funrti of advisor to the aick. ha or aha shoi bs required to uodergo a long course study and show their filnen to dtssne recognise and treat disease before ti ara permitted tlo hold themselves out such adviaors. Kighth: If the bogs and rattle of farmers ara kept free from diseaee br I usa of vaccines and serums it ill becos any set of men to decry their usa in i human being to prevent diae. anri t In aubatanca is exactly what the Chi praclie profession la attempting to do. Ninth: Wa have no objection what' to a parson employing any aohool or tarn of madieina. treatment or heaii ha deairea. but wa do contend before si one Is allowed to assume that funcin euch person ahould be required to n arduously and intelligently alndjr en phaaa of the human body, Its perultarit and ailmenla. Kueti reatrictions are pe erly prescribed by the state as they are other matters requiring scientific resear We believe our legislature studied en phase of this matter in lha weeka it presented to them and that their act ihoi be austalned. Tenth: Finally, wa auhmlt that thn a lima whan every theory, every prorj are has an opportunity Ho be tried. ' are in a world war and men are no loni mnVed to eenllment. The thing that ' aeree is used; the thing that cannot ia cast aside. Proceeding upon lhal l aia. tha United Statee Army and now have more than SO.000 doctors 1 ing after the health of the boys who out to fighl for oar country, but In nlt! Army or Navy lathere a single l-"! praetor. . u CI,AfIE A. THOMPSOH. l.fcKOY 1-ONU. O .1 1X)0AN. WARRKN K RNYDF.B. VL. WAOOSKR AJtOUMTNT AOAIN8T THB AB0V1 AMENDMENT. , Vote "NO" on thia amendment for I following reaaona. to-wit: Firat: The demand for "Volea for Wo en" Is baaed largely upon the eniraer nary assumption Ihsl "what li'' y between men and man munt Ihereti hold true between man and woman. But the establiahment of thin iirmril would mean ''a fair field and fefnr none" he la.t thing in the world i which women should aak. , Tha whole trend of modern ens an Is toward further apeil privilege, s protection for women. Their nature mends It. The interaata of norirtv ( mand It. Motherhood, potential and aal, moat be protected if tha rare n ' to perish from tha earth. There ia no question of ruperioritv ferlority or equality involved in tni enesion. Men are not Shjusl to wei. Women are not equal lo man. Thr simply different. And the constat denJy of civilisation Is toward fur" differentiation. To ssy thst men and women ' "equal." or thst one et la "aupena to the other, is as senseless as to thst air and water ara equal, or inat is superior to the other. Fch is superior In Its own sphere. Bolh are essential to life. But they are essentially different i cannot be compared. . To ask women to assume tha burni of government ia to ask her to bar natural funrtlonn for a wasteful d" ration of effort in a field for whirh i ture did no! intend her. - Tn THB DUTY OY MKM IS TO rROTP WOMKN FROM S'I'CH WASTEFUL A UNNATURAL, BURDENS. , Second : How can women beet ere i B1aet Can' they aerve It best hy ent Ing Into political ronteate with men by duplicating the efforts of men political . , . Or aaa they aerve it beat t7 '" J 1 r3srsxi5asi;Bui.uV- c Us. I llL'ligaalaa